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Posted By NextDesign On 27-02-2017 | Views: 3,838 Replies: 5
Forum: Programming
Hmm, I see. That's a bit trickier. My first thought would be to store the time/value pairs of each key into an array, move the target curve over by the length of the array (time delta of the selected...
Posted By NextDesign On 27-02-2017 | Views: 234,199 Replies: 119
Hi Hesham,

That's actually an older version of the script. Try the one here: https://simplymaya.com/forum/showpost.php?p=323957&postcount=23
Posted By NextDesign On 13-02-2017 | Views: 3,838 Replies: 5
Forum: Programming
You will need to jump into the Maya API for this information.

Look at: http://download.autodesk.com/us/maya/2011help/API/class_m_anim_curve_clipboard.html

Another way is to write out a file...
Posted By NextDesign On 11-02-2017 | Views: 10,860 Replies: 2
Forum: Programming
One way would be to use python list comprehensions. This will select brick 1 to 4. (Note that even though it says 1-5, 5 is not included)

Not the most efficient, but it will work.
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Posted By NextDesign On 11-02-2017 | Views: 3,112 Replies: 1
Forum: Programming
Space it out, and it becomes more apparent. There are multiple issues with the nesting of your conditions, as well as semicolons.



//check if there is rotation in Z...
Posted By NextDesign On 11-02-2017 | Views: 3,838 Replies: 5
Forum: Programming
Try -option replace. Insert will shift the keys, just like you're experiencing.
Posted By NextDesign On 21-09-2016 | Views: 2,984 Replies: 1
Forum: Programming
What exactly are you trying to achieve?

In your second case, you probably want kBeforeSave and kAfterSave.
Posted By NextDesign On 21-09-2016 | Views: 2,407 Replies: 2
There are no guidelines. It completely depends on your settings, the complexity of your garment, the baseline performance of your scene without it, etc. The only way you can really tell is to try it...
Posted By NextDesign On 12-09-2016 | Views: 2,426 Replies: 1
Forum: Maya Modeling
You've most likely enabled depth of field on your camera. Turn it off in the camera's attributes and it should go away.
Posted By NextDesign On 04-09-2016 | Views: 3,009 Replies: 5
Forum: Maya Modeling
Do you have overlapping vertices?
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